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Some of the most interesting people to interview in the business world are those who have had a career which has followed a less-travelled path, or take diversions at various stages into unexpected territories.
A good example is June Burgess, an entrepreneur who has been a landscape architect, a property developer, a world-class equestrian, an executive coach and, as the opening quote suggests, a hotelier
Inner Horsepower (IHP) and Horse Inspired Leadership (HIL) are my offering to all businesswomen to inspire them to drop pre-conceived ideas about how to be successful, connect with their authentic selves and recognize that they have all the strength and ability to step into leadership, simply by being totally and unashamedly themselves. After all, there’s no competition when you are being yourself!
A woman from Northern Ireland has told how she is “honoured” at being shortlisted for a national award for her work in helping veterans through equine therapy.
June Burgess (53), from Comber, is in the running for a prestigious Soldiering On award, which honours the Armed Forces community – serving personnel, veterans, their families and organisations which support them. There are 13 categories in total, and June is among those short-listed in the Animal Partnership Award. Read more here.
A COMBER woman’s belief in the power of horses to help people connect better with others has led to her being nominated for a major national award.
June Burgess has been shortlisted for a prestigious 2019 Soldiering On award.
June’s horse-assisted workshops help veteran and existing members of the Armed Forces suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Read more here.